Telecommunications Services

A suite of voice, data, LAN, and consulting services is available to state and local government agencies and institutions of higher education across Georgia.

Audio Conferencing allows a participant to connect to a conference bridge via direct dial or a toll-free number within the United States and includes a dial-out capability.

Business Access Lines are basic telephone lines that handle all routine business telecommunications.

Centrex is a PBX-like service that provides switching at the central office instead of on the customer’s premises.

Conferencing with Zoom is a cloud-based audio, web, and video conferencing solution that allows users to host up to 200 participants per meeting.

Consulting: AT&T’s professional consulting resources can be used to verify, validate, and optimize services to align IT with an agency’s strategic objectives.

Ethernet solutions can scale and expand geographically as an agency grows or otherwise experiences higher network demands.

Internet options are available for a dedicated internet with a managed router or a router belonging to an agency.

Voice over IP (VOIP) is a methodology and group of technologies for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol networks, such as the internet.

Long Distance services include domestic and international coverage with inbound and outbound traffic and calling features.

Megalink is a full duplex, intraLATA (local access and transport area), private-line, digital transport service operating at up to 1533 MBPS. The service provides high-speed transfer of large volumes of voice, data, video, or control signals between two locations in the same LATA.

Primary Rate Interface Integrated Services Digital Network (PRI-ISDN) is a voice and data service that provides high-volume access to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

Security can be applied to computing devices, such as computers and smartphones, as well as private and public networks.

Virtualization is the creation of a virtual, rather than an actual, version of hardware and more, including virtual computer hardware platforms, servers, storage devices, and computer network resources.

Virtual Private Network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network.


Contact: Jennings Walsh,, 404.395.8016